Paris Saint-Germain and Inter have completed negotiations on the transfer of Mauro Icardi. The Parisians still have to agree on the details with Icardi, which should be an easier part of the job.
Mauro Icardi’s time with PSG, after Inter loaning him to them, ends this summer. Inter are not really interested in keeping him, nor does Icardi himself want to return to Inter.
Moreover, PSG wants him to join them permanently, not just on loan. When all these components are combined, an agreement between the stakeholders would be the natural course of action.
Inter and PSG have indeed reached an agreement on his transfer and now it remains for PSG to agree on the details with Icardi. Given that he pointed out that his wish is to stay in Paris, this should still be an easier part of the job, regardless of Wanda Nara’s negotiating capabilities.
Icardi played 20 games in the French league jersey for PSG and scored 12 goals, and scored five goals in six appearances in the Champions League.
Icardi had a buyout clause of 70 million euros in the loan agreement, but after the current crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, it was to be expected that the price would be lower.
Thus, an agreement was reached on a little more than 50 million euros plus another seven million euros bonus.